Treatment and prevention
Most treatments involve topical medications (cream / lotion gel) which work very well in most cases if used correctly. If these are not successful, then your Doctor may recommend oral medications, such as antibiotics.
There are effective therapies available in the market, including the Citrine Acne range, however it is important to note they tend to take some time to show positive results. Therefore, it is very important to maintain use of your treatment, even if you do not initially see any real improvements.
Moisturising Acne prone skin Regardless of the type of acne, its important to use a good moisturiser that will help rebalance your sebum production and keep your skin hydrated. It is also advised moisturiser with SPF to protect the skin.